ACOEM, a premier manufacturer and supplier of advanced public security solutions, is introducing its state of the art acoustic threat detection technology solution in the United States this year. The solution, known as ATD (Acoustic Threat Detection), uses ACOEM’s signature AI powered technology to sense and track threats to public safety. ATD combines the power of sight and sound to boost a security system’s intelligence using surveillance cameras attached to ACOEM’s signature sensors. Once a sensor detects a threat, the surveillance camera immediately responds by turning to face the threat’s detected location. Threat detection alerts ACOEM recognises the tremendous opportunity their cutting edge technology has to serve and protect communities Real-time threat detection alerts are sent to a VMS so first responders can make quick and informed response decisions. While ACOEM has provided global military security solutions using AI technology for the past 25 years, this is the first time the company is introducing it in the civilian arena. With active shooter events on the rise, ACOEM recognises the tremendous opportunity their cutting edge technology has to serve and protect communities. “Having a sense of security is a basic human need, so we want to use our capabilities for the greater good of society,” says Bobby Darling, Director of Marketing at ACOEM. Active shooter event Partnering with entertainment venues, corporate campuses, schools, and cities will enable ACOEM to implement ATD in the places that are most at risk for an active shooter event. ATD offers indoor and outdoor threat detection sensors. Solutions are customisable to meet the security needs of the establishments it serves. ATD is part of ACOEM’s developing portfolio of security solutions. Future technologies will support the monitoring of public threats beyond gunshots such as air quality levels. To see the product in action, sign up for the Introducing ACOEM Acoustic Threat Detection on December 10th at 1:00 EST.
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